Proceed with your import. When placing the files into local folder they must have no file extension.
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The structure is that I exported 3 of my Mail. Each of the exported mailboxes originally had this form:. This did not solve the problem. That didn't work either. Not knowing what variant of mbox mac mail uses, perhaps using the import export tools might be a better way. It's not sufficient to just remove the. The same article describes how to import to TB, either with the ImportExportTools add-on, or by manually copying the mbox files into the profile folder's Local Folders.
Thanks for the suggestion. But I have over , emlx files, so I don't think that's practical. Note that mbox format is one file that contains multiple messages - all the messages in a folder. So, if you have 10k elmx files in a folder, they will be converted to a single mbox file. Are you saying that there are no apps, including this one , that convert elmx to mbox, that work in El Capitan? I do know that. But I currently have about mailboxes containing over k not 10k emlx files. I certainly don't want to lose all of that organization by combining them willy nilly.
And doing anything by hand times is begging for human errors on a large scale. I think I'm making only two asserions.
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The folder structure is truly unbelievably complicated. I've tried in the past to understand it, and failed every time. I have no reason to believe that the format of emlx files hasn't also become more complicated. Since Mail. I suspect it's something very simple. It may just be that I'm not putting them in the right place, or with the right folder structure, none of which I can find any place. Might you be able to provide me with a bit more detail than I've found elsewhere, or maybe somewhere else to looK?
Not being a Mac user, I really can't offer much advice that you can't search for yourself. But I suggest you try the process of converting a sample of elmx files to an mbox file and seeing if the import to TB retains the original Mail app messages. If it doesn't work, you haven't wasted much time; otherwise, it offers a means of migrating the rest, in the absence of knowledge about the incompatibility of Apple's mbox format with TB's. I am slow, but I just spent some time on Google and it appears apple MBOX files are something apple calls a package and in no way resemble a real mbox file.
So I must thank the nice folk at Cupertino for yet another confusing approach to something simple.
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A truly Apple approach really. SO from my reading, if you save one of these mbox files to the desktop and double click it you get OSX showing you a folder inside with the actual mail in it called mbox which is the actual mbox mail you want. This is the key piece of information I was missing. Getting it did not solve the problem, but it allowed me to figure out how to solve it. I have marked it as "solved" by this answer.
Just to clarify things, that's not right. A "package" is a wholly different animal that has nothing to do with email. El Capitan is up to Version 3, and the structure of the stuff in that folder for a "mailbox" is what is so incredibly complicated. You can get such folders by invoking the "Export Mailbox That's what I'm doing.
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The resultant folder s each contains files, one of which is the actual mbox I want. I can write a simple program to manipulate these folders to produce what I now understand that TB wants to see. Reverting is not an easy process.
Many files that upgraded like Mail from V2 to V3,will also have to be reverted to previous version. I would advise users that are having issues after upgrading to El Capitan, try to resolve their problems than try reverting. You can use the Guest User or create a new User for testing. When you log out of Guest, all data entered will be erased. I suggest creating a test user in case you end up moving to the new User or simply want a clean environment to test future issues.
You can save these to the Shared folder for access in the new User. Only default Apple apps will be in the Dock in the new User. Go to Applications to open other apps you might want to test. Open Mail and add your accounts. Under Advanced tab in Accounts, do not check the box to remove copy from server….
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See this article to help moving your other data to the New User. This is not a standard. You simply add the accounts back and let the messages download from the server.